Case Study 1////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////The following case study is of a student that used a book to outlinethe way the project was developed. This included a smallpromotional section of information about herself to supportpublicity and text and images from key elements of the project.
Case Study 2////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////The following case presents a method of taking the work furtherthan the final outcome and ensuring ways of seeing the product in anarrative environment rather than in a static way for in theexhibition. This would be particularly good for students that arecreating time based or fashion products.
Case Study 3////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////This case study presents a project significantly about process wherekey elements that cannot be seen in the outcome are presented.
Case Study 4////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////This case study presents an example of where the student hasabandoned the idea of creating a final outcome and created aprofessional book product instead. This is particularly useful forstudents that have multiple strong ideas or collections of work suchas illustrations.